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anonymous

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Can someone please help me its urgent and will reward

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  1. anonymous
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    @kropot72

  3. anonymous
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    Please help me @kropot72 I need it urgently

  4. anonymous
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    can you help me here @phi

  5. anonymous
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    please @phi

  6. phi
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    I don't know this stuff. Only common sense: owning 1 stock is not very diverse. I would *guess* somewhat diverse but it is a guess. I hope you have good notes.

  7. anonymous
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    Well with this one I am having trouble

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    @jagr2713 @kropot72

  10. anonymous
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    do you know who could help me @phi

  11. phi
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    I would re-do the problems I indicated in the other post.

  12. anonymous
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    I will but I need this one

  13. phi
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    I would look in your notes about what makes a portfolio diverse or not. My thoughts would be: lots of different stocks in different industries, perhaps based in different countries, many different bonds, some dollars in a bank account. Your portfolio has only 1 stock, 1 junk bond

  14. phi
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    Not diverse would be just one thing, treasury bonds for example. so minimally diverse would be my guess

  15. phi
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    junk bonds and 1 stock in a "developing" company are very risky. So 51% of the portfolio is very risky and 49% is very safe. Is there a rule of thumb for amount of risk versus age and income?

  16. anonymous
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    so could it be desribed as agressive or moderate?

  17. phi
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    yes, but now you have to dig through your notes to figure out which it is.

  18. anonymous
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    @phi An aggressive portfolio is more heavily weighted toward risky investments with potential for higher short-term returns. A conservative portfolio is more heavily weighted toward safe investments, which may provide modest long-term returns.

  19. phi
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    it's almost 50-50 between risky and safe. So you could argue moderate

  20. anonymous
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    Can you help me with part 3 @phi

  21. phi
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    not a grandmother investing her retirement. how about young, married with a young kids. Has a good job and can afford to take a loss, but wants to take some risks to build a college fund for the kids?

  22. anonymous
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    True

  23. phi
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    so for part 3, make up some person, give them investment goals, and reasons for having some risky investments and reasons for safe investments.

  24. anonymous
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    probably the wife is a doctor and the husband is an engineer

  25. phi
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    sure that would work.

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